JUAN IGNACIO LONDERO THROWS ANGRY TANTRUM IN TUNNEL AFTER ANDY MURRAY LOSS IN SHANGHAI

Andy Murray came from a set down to beat Juan Ignacio Londero in the first round of the Shanghai Masters.

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Shanghai: Shanghai is the largest city by population in the People's Republic of China and the largest city proper by population in the world. It is one of the four province-level municipalities of the PRC, with a total population of over 23 million as of 2010[update]. It is a global city, with influence in
Juan: Juan is a given name, the Spanish language version of John. It is very common in Spain and in Spanish-speaking communities around the world. The feminine form is Juana, or Juanita on its diminutive.